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sandy was on the way up, up from the caribbean, to the east coast. seeming huge and mercilessly. we have experienced a lot of hurricanes in this country, but for sheer size, sandy was without precedent. sandy was the largest single storm system to ever form in the atlantic ocean. and it was aiming for the most densely populated part of the united states. it was aiming for our nation's largest cities. and that city, rates like all the others to get ready for this gigantic storm. new york sent out evacuation orders for people living in flood zones, they built sandbag walls at office buildings. they shut down the subway system. they locked the door to grand central terminal. but for all the desperate measures to protect from the great state of new york, there was one place they needed to protect maybe most desperately of all. this is harlem. this is the end of the number three train line, one of the red ones on the map, if you visit and if you do visit, you should use that line, you can go up and see harlem. ive you zoom out and look at that station on the map, you will see that it is very
of eavesdropping, and i don't think they can, it ought to end right now. >> hurricane sandy, a history making event coming ashore and changing the map of the coastline in some places. >> the comeback coast. one year ago today millions were bracing for the impact of hurricane sandy. it was the superstorm strong enough to carve out a new shoreline, bring a presidential campaign to a halt and test resilience of communities across the east coast. >> you can see the water up to my knees, more importantly, a record storm surge here in new york city. >> it's been an all day battle between mother nature in the form of hurricane sandy. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell in washington. at this time last year sandy was a category one hurricane still hours away from making landfall in new jersey. as the storm gains strength, residents up and down the eastern seaboard were bracing for impact. some of the communities devastate add year ago are still reeling a year later. nbc's al roker was on the jersey shore when sandy hit and has an update on the still ongoing recovery. >> sandy slammed ashore one year ago, new
families to spend a bit more time. >> thank you. one year since superstorm sandy wreaked havoc across the east coast. a lot of families still struggling to pick up the pieces. thousands of people are displaced, staying in hotels, staying with friends or families. many haven't fwun to repair their battered homes. there's a new problem mounting for the community. many may have no choice but to leave for good because of skyrocketing insurance rates. some homeowners say flood insurance rates could go up by as much as 500% to nearly $10,000 a year because avenue federal law passed after sandy. sandy victims are questioning the pace of aid. in august the government just announced $5 billion of the $60 billion aid damage has been spent. another $5 billion began to filter out yesterday. that's 50 out left hanging in the balance. superstorm sandy claimed 182 lives in the united states and we'll have more on that in "morning joe" as well. that brings us to our twitter question. it's a little east coast bias and we apologize to the rest country. where were you when sandy hit and even if you were
superstorm sandy. >> what a year. >>> good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm zoraida sambolin. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> so many people perplexed this morning is it really possible the u.s. was eavesdropping on ally world leaders for years and president obama didn't know? no one told him? phone conversations from u.s. friends like german chancellor angela merkel. the administration insists the president did not know. now he is ordering a full review of the nsa surveillance operations and the foreign relations fallout. here is more from our chief national security correspondent jim sciutto. >> reporter: president obama would not confirm the nsa was spying on the phone calls of u.s. allies like germany's chancellor angela merkel. >> the national security operations generally have one purpose and that is to make sure that the american people are safe. i'm making a review to make sure what they are able to do doesn't necessarily mean what they should be doing. >> reporter: senior administration officials tell cnn president obama did not know about the nsa surveilla
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again see visitors again. ellis island was closed for almost a year because of super storm sandy. more than 1 million photographs remain in storage while buildings are being fixed and upgraded. >> super storm sandy does not play favorites destroying everything from new york city to small towns on the coast. after it was all said and done sandy left 24 states impacted and counties and 8 states in puerto rico were disaster areas. craig has more. >> good morning to you. the waterfront along long island was about 6 and a half billion in damage. we are here in long beach where there's a $44 million project that struck up and down the east coast. will it was new york and emergency emergency that took the brunt of it. >> a major hit beach homes to the powerful storm surge. >> the house was still standing. >> beach lots found empty and crossroads as they look for the share of hard to come by federal relief. so far it received 300,000 dollars. >> please places are gone and they are not coming back. there's so much history these were indian reservations. there's a lot here we need to preserve fo
of hurricane sandy, and all eyes will be on the new york city marathon, over 40,000 will compete in the race, including those sponsored by the actor, sean penn. >>> what if the biggest problem in hollywood is not drugs or alcohol. something that plagues schools and churches throughout the area. >>> and beyond your wildest imagination, he will tell you all about it in a live prime time exclusive. we begin with the big story tonight, sean penn, a hollywood star with a passion that goes far beyond the silver screen. he is an american original, fighting to make the world a better place. he has the battle scars to prove it. he is the founder of the relief organization. looking very trim yourself, you're not running the marathon? >> no, i'm not running the marathon, i have to be there to observe properly. >> that will be very poignant. on a big scale, obviously, a first major marathon since boston. and we all know how that ended in such disaster. it is also a chance for you to bring these five haitian runners, all from very different backgrounds, to come and run. you're sponsoring them and you wil
, trace. >> superstorm sandy roared ashore one year ago today. devastating the east coast. many people still struggling to rebuild now. plus, how much time should your kids spend online? a medical expert joins us to tell us what technology is doing to our kids brains. ♪ the writing's on the wall if your mind's connected stumble you might fall. you might fall. >> from contractors and doctors to dog sitters and landscapers, you can find it all on angie's list. we found riley at the shelter, and found everything he needed at angie's list. join today at angieslist.com "the real story". first his house was trashed in a live story that was tweeted live. now the home has been sold as a foreclosure auction. his property reportedly selling for $400,000. hundreds of people broke into the home over labor day weekend causing damage. >> what ever happened to if you like your insurance you can keep it? >> yeah, somebody actually apologized for the botched roll out. >> we know that millions of americans are eager to use this. i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it
that cooperation? i don't. >> i like that guy out of his chair. >>> plus it's been a year since hurricane sandy hit the northeast and aid still isn't getting to many of those who desperately need it. >>> and let me finish tonight with the voters' want for politicians to work together. this is "hardball," the place for politics. the end. lovely read susan. but isn't it time to turn the page on your cup of joe? gevalia, or a cup of johan, is like losing yourself in a great book. may i read something? yes, please. of course. a rich, never bitter taste cup after cup. net weight 340 grams. [ sighs ] [ chuckles ] [ announcer ] always rich, never bitter. gevalia. american express credit card, every purchase earns you 2% cash back, which is deposited in your fidelity account. is that it? actually... there's no annual fee and no limits on rewards. and with the fidelity cash management account debit card, you get reimbursed for all atm fees. is that it? oh, this guy, too. turn more of the money you spend into money you invest. it's everyday reinvesting for your personal economy. >>> well, if republicans don'
. >> it was to days before halloween last year when s. storm sandy slammed into the northeast and became the second most destructive storm in the history of this nation. so how is the region doing exactly a year late center you don't hear that much about it from sea to shining do. but we do hear in the anymore. it's our creep, our hugo -- it's our katrina, our hugo, our andrew, and it's serious problem to this day. a live report from one of the hardest hit towns also fox news covers your world. we'll be right back. >> it's been exactly one year since superstorm sandy slammed into the east coast of the country, causing an estimated -- get this -- $65 billion in damage. that makes it the second costliest weather disaster, after hurricane katrina in the history of the nation, and while many hears have come a long way, recovery is far from over. the storm need hundreds of miles of coastlines, cut off power to how much thousands thousands of, wiped out communities, forcing thousands of folks into shelters for sometimes weeks or months, and long lines formed at the few stations with both electricity and
for the first time since hurricane sandy hit exactly one year ago tomorrow. visitors can now walk the halls of the popular immigration station and american immigrant wall of honor outside. the immigration museum will remain closed through the spring. much more news after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] eeny, meeny, miny, go. more adventures await in the lexus lx, rx, and new seven-passenger gx. dare to be spontaneous. >>> between the u.s. spying revelations and the problem with the obama care website, it seems president obama may have a management problem on his hands. our chief political analyst gloria borger is here watching all of this for us. is the president on top of these critically important issues? >> it seems to me that at the very least, wolf, there is some kind of a management problem over at the white house. you have the president saying he's angry that he didn't know that the website was having problems with his signature domestic legislative achievement. he also, we're now told, didn't know about angela merkel's cell phone being tapped as well as other friendly leade
superstorm sandy. the day we rescued riley was a truly amazing day. he was a matted mess in a small cage. so that was our first task, was getting him to wellness. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. from contractors and doctors to dog sitters and landscapers, you can find it all on angie's list. we found riley at the shelter, and found everything he needed at angie's list. join today at angieslist.com medicare open enrollment. of year again. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. buit never hurts to see if u can find bettoverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care la open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare >>> it's been a full year since the devastating weather event dubbed superstorm sandy crashed into the northeast damaging and destroying not only property but lives. senior correspondent rick leventhal shows us how hard the jersey shore was hit. >> not sure if you can see the water rushing dow
coa coast>> ainsley, patti ann, good morning to you. it seems like a year since super storm sandy impacted the east coast impacting 24 states where we are standing here. there was a huge set back months later after the storm came through. the disrecovery process is ongoing. >> part of that include a massive buyout plan. they will knock down homes in sandy affected communities and offering residents prestorm value in their home. staten island is the first area to be bought out. >> i signed the papers, accepted their offer. they have been more than fair. >> in the ocean breeze section of staten island the neighborhood remains mostly deserted bud they are vowing to rebuild. >> a year later they are under repair no kitchen, no bathroom, this room is painted and the floor went down a year later. we have a long way to go. >> along jersey shore in seaside heights they began to rebuild only to suffer a major set back. it may have been compromised water and sand we have the time lapse of putting it back together a rush to get this boardwalk together where we are standing and still in a por
year ago, superstorm sandy ravaged the east coast t was one of the worst natural disasters in united states history. today still many homeowners are struggling to rebuild but in one jersey shore community one unlikely trio is making a big difference. rick leventhal is live in union beach, new jersey live with that. rick? >> reporter: good morning, jenna. sandy destroyed a bar that stood here on the bay for a decade. it was devastating for the owner, gigi oar. she found strength to unlikely pair, a rabbi and pastor who walked into her new temporary bar down the road. she owns off the bay, a bar in union, beach, new jersey. >> jacobob is off the bay because it is in the bay. >> reporter: superstorm sandy destroyed her waterfront restaurant. she can't afford to rebuild because her $1.2 million insurance policy from lloyds of london offered just 9 grand. >> you know, things happen for a reason, and i've said repeatedly maybe this was god hitting reset button. >> reporter: gigi opened a temporary spot, using doors from smashed homes as tables and walls. the bar became a command center for
being made in new york one year after sandy, right? >> it would be the first state to do this. you have heard of these big vats and vessels full of oil in the gulf region that america's strategic petroleum reserve. this would be the first state, new york, having a gasoline reserve on long island, about a $10 million pilot program to make sure what happened last year doesn't happen again. four days after sandy as you well know, poppy, 60% to 65% of the gas stations were not working. they were either not working because they didn't have generators that could pump the gas or they literally did not have the gas. there's already been one pilot program to make sure you're getting generators to some of these smaller gas stations. this is the next step to make sure there are supplies available. andrew cuomo wants to do this, $10 million on the front end. no state has done something like this before, but when you think about new york and where it's situated and how this happened a year ago in recent memory, a stronger storm or a storm of a different path could do the same thing all over again, t
by hurricane sandy last october. >> it's been a long year. we've had not only trying to fix the place but also trying to fix it sustainablely. >> reporter: destroyed electric, heat and ac. some exhibits were damaged, but most of the 1 million historical photographs, documents and autographs were spared and moved to safe storage. now ellis island has reopened the first and second floors of the immigration building so visitors can once again see where 12 million immigrants spent their first few hours in america. >> it's going to cost about $21 million and about 18 months to get the system changed. but once it's changed, if god forbid there is everanother hurricane sandy, it's going to be about half million dollars to fix. >> reporter: other parts in new york hit hard by sandy, including long beach, just finished rebuilding its boardwalk. but oakwood beach is still a ghost town. the neighborhood's 188 homes were flooded. most are still boarded up, empty or demolished. all but five homeowners accepted a state buyout. and one man who lives nearby says he also wants to move. >> within 45 minutes it
of hurricane sandy devastating your home state of new jersey and new york as well. there's still plenty of rebuilding ahead. there are many stories of inspiration, as you well know, still a great struggle with people as i stated in your own home state right now. >> yes, don't forget 24% of the community development block grant money has not been spent in the state of new jersey, why the governor is sitting on the money, i don't know. to blame it on the federal government because of changes made after katrina, many changes were made because there was a lot of fraud in katrina. we want accountability for every dollar being spent. i have that responsibility as a congressman in every governor has the responsibility to make sure the money gets out as quickly as poblg to residents, whether they are individual homes or businesses, doesn't matter. whether they are towns with tremendous problems with the infrastructure. my job is to make sure the money goes to the people it was intended to do. we fought too hard for this. the governors of the states know how the delegations fought. they know who
but chris christie, his boost from that response to superstorm sandy still resonates. like the skilled politician he is, he's leveraging it. he is playing on his reputation as an all-business take no prisoners problem solver. on the an verse of stormy. chris christie's response to last year's disaster, when he was seemingly at every damaged boardwalk, every flooded basement, side-by-side with the democratic president, enhanced his political image immeasurably. >> this showed not only was he a fighter, was he tough and tell the truth, but he can work with somebody and can work with somebody across the aisle. >> that reassurance to victims government was working for them still resonates strongly after the government shutdown. >> there are a lot of people now looking at washington as dysfunctional. will is a lot of people looking at washington as not being focused on big solutions. and i think the proceed fail he has built in the time since sandy as governor is one focus order big problems and focused on providing solutions. >> reporter: the kevin madden was a top adviser to mitt romney's
this race. christie is simply too popular, thanks in part to his definite handling of hurricane sandy last year. democrats could have prevented christie from the sort of massive victory that he could use as a springboard for a 2016 presidential run. christie's campaign has not even tried to disguise that they want to run up the margins in this race so they can tell every republican who will listen that the state who re-elected barack obama by 17 points turned around the next year and backed chris christie by an even bigger margin. democrats could have denied him that. they could have worked to keep buono close, to keep christie from gaining momentum, from a massive victory in a blue state. instead, christie has built a 33-point lead without putting up any real fight on the democratic side. and that could come back to haunt them once 2016 rolls around. joining me now is e.j. dionne, a "washington post" columnist and author of "our divided political heart: the battle for the american idea in an age of discontent." e.j., thanks for joining us tonight. i appreciate it. and i'm just sort of thi
because during hurricane sandy, he put his hand over president blankestein. he's suspect. he's from the northeast and once in awhile said things that make sense. so, i mean. >> instantly ruled out. >> he could be ruled out already. >> what would he say about america if ted cruz won the presidency. >> overseas? >> yeah, what would it mean for america and america's reputation, do you think? >> we don't know until -- if he became president who it would mean. the republicans are the masters of the are you kidding me candidate. you know, when ronald reagan first ran people are like are you kidding me? ronald reagan, the guy is getting into politics? dan quail is are you kidding me? george w. bush when he first ran people thought it was his father. sarah palin, they have no shame. so i'm not surprised it's going to be ted cruz, better than rick santorum. that's what i'll say about that. >> let's take a break and come back and talk about two things dear to your heart, sex and drugs. >> wow. >> wow. >> either order, doesn't matter. and frustration. you'll find reviews on home repair to heal
one year since superstorm sandy roared up the east coast. the storm destroyed the jet star roller coaster in seaside heights, new jersey, as you can see there parked in the ocean for awhile. now the site is empty. there is nothing but sand and surf. that is where craig boswell joins us. craig, one year and a lot of cleaning up but still a lot more to do. >> reporter: a ton to do. it's all about recovery and rebuilding. the landscape was completely redefined a year ago when superstorm sandy roared up the east coast and came up ashore. here where we are in seaside heights, there was this massive rush to rebuild the boardwalk. where we're standing they got it done by may so they could try to be open for that summer season and get tourists back in here. this is a huge destination here when this population swells and they come to seaside heights and seaside park. then last month in september a massive six-alarm fire that started in a shop to spread along the boardwalk, took out almost 60 businesses. i'm standing where the fire line ripped up part of the boardwalk. huge blow to this are
've got a list over here, the navy yard recently here in washington, sandy hook elementary, aurora theater, tucson, virginia tech, there's a history of mental illness in all of these shooters. what, if anything, can congress do, should congress be doing, to deal with these mental health issues, these individuals supposedly hearing voices in their head, forcing them to go out and kill people? >> well, congress or the united states government doesn't run mental health facilities. what we do is provide funding to local jurisdictions who do. so this is very difficult. there have been a lot of speeches made on we've got to increase mental health protection, diagnosis, but how exactly do you do that and how do you know that when somebody goes in to buy a gun, that they are mentally ill if they don't appear to be so at the moment? this is, i think, a real dilemma. it is not easy to do. i think and my view has been after a long time of watching this since the first mass shooting in 1968 at the texas bell tower, is that we have to care about the kinds of weapons that are available to people, and he
of superstorm sandy devastating damage in the new york and new jersey area. remember the huge lines to get gas? this was so insulting to people who were trying to get back to work and you couldn't even get gas. happy to hear for those people that new york's governor andrew cuomo is going to create a strategic gasoline reserve. the ones who had gas quickly ran out of fuel and couldn't get stuff in. like the nation has a strategic gas reserve. >> an effort that may be helpful. we will watch it. >>> coming up a statewide manhunt going on in oklahoma. hour four convicts managed to break out of a prison that was considered absolutely escape proof. >> a lot going on this morning. >>> the british phone hacking trial finally getting under way in london. eight people facing charges, including a former huge media executive. why this case could drag on until easter. huh...fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yep, everybody knows that. well, did you know the ancient pyramids were actually a mistake? uh-oh. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. wout of
the marathon back. it was canceled last year because of hurricane sandy. the winners in the men's and women's division were kenyans. a special shout out to tatiana mcfadden who finished first in the women's wheelchair marathon. this is her fourth marathon win this year and she finished first in boston, london, chicago, so she has kind won the grand slam of marathons this year so congratulations to her. >> glad to have that marathon back after last year cancellation because of hurricane sandy. >>> what rob ford is saying after a video appears to show him smoking a crack pipe. >>> people finding out the hard way they are not getting what they paid for. >>> plus, it is time for your morning rhyme. tweet us with your own original verse. it can be about anything. #morningstart and #morningrhyme and we will read the best ones on the air in the next half hour. you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. life could be hecti
, ellis island is set to reopen a year after being submerged by super storm sandy. >> now more from ellis island, big doings there today, stacy. >> reporter: yeah, big day here today. 9:30, the first boat will arrive with visitors. for more than a year, when sandy came through almost one year to the date, it completely flooded ellis island. eight feet of water washed through the main hall here, it destroyed the electrical system. it destroyed the boilers. so things have been pretty out of commission. but finally they are able to open it to the public today. it is not all the way there. there is still a lot of work to be done because workers here, before this storm, had taken all of the artifacts, a lot of photographs and moved it to higher ground. right after the storm, when everything was flooded, they removed it all to storage warehouses. that stuff has not been brought back because right now, ellis island is still running on interim power and heat. so still about six to eight months out from ellis island being totally back to normal. back to you. >> stacy, live. how can does it take to
later on today. >>> survivors of superstorm sandy lighting up the beach along the jersey shore. hundreds of people hundreds of lights in the sky, each a symbol that union beach will come back stronger than ever one year after the storm. >> you will see homes that are being rebuilt. but the shame of it is, they really need a lot more help than they've been given. and it's very sad. it's very sad. but they are strong and they live up to their name. >> in a statement, president obama said last year has been a reminder of the strength and resilience of the american people. >> and they need a little patience as well, more patience. let's get a check of your midweek. indira petersons is here. >> it's mild, especially in the northeast. temperatures below normal as a cold front swept through. boston, 55. providence about 57. it's a little chilled. these are going to be your highs. they are below normal. the system is going to be making its way across the country really throughout the week and it will have a severe component to it. that's something that we're going to be watching. keep in mind it
in damage, more than 100 people killed. today marks one year since hurricane sandy came ashore and wreaked havoc on the northeast. they're still picking up the pieces and rebuilding but vowing not to give up. >> we're not going any place. we're going to give it at least another shot. >> coming up next, we have an update for you on those rebuilding efforts and a look back one year ago at that devastating day. and the white house under fire. the president facing criticism on a number of issues from health care to spying. has president obama done enough to answer critics? we'll talk about that coming up. , just by talking to a helmet. it grabbed the patient's record before we even picked him up. it found out the doctor we needed was at st. anne's. wiggle your toes. [ driver ] and it got his okay on treatment from miles away. it even pulled strings with the stoplights. my ambulance talks with smoke alarms and pilots and stadiums. but, of course, it's a good listener too. [ female announcer ] today cisco is connecting the internet of everything. so everything works like never before. ♪ ♪
. >>> nearly a year after hurricane sandy tore through new jersey and new york, parts of a key landmark set to reopen today. parts of ellis island will be opened. visitors will be welcomed back to the halls of the immigrant wall of honor, the immigration museum will remain closed through the spring while a new electric am system is installed. remembrances continue to pour in for legendary rock pioneer lou reed dead at the age of 71. he was a founding member of the velvet underground sunday is widely credited with changing the landscape in the '70s. he wrote and recorded dozens and dozens of songs in his tremendous career. we'll talk more about that coming up. what a tremendous career when you think of all the influences. we'll get into it. >> and he was young, a loss on many levels. >> 71. yeah. >> thanks, mikaela. let's go straight over to ingrid petersen for a look at the temperatures. >> temperatures are bounding up to the 60s. above average. the average is typically in the upper 50s right now. this is only going to last one day, though. we have another cold front swinging through the no
care act are gone. my successor and elected insurance republican commissioner, sandy prager, and i worked on a whole series of plans to expand coverage. i did work on these issues. we were not able to necessarily -- >> so you thought -- to use your words, i think you said lousy plans. ms. tavenner said not true insurance. you think the plans that were offered when you were the insurance commissioner weren't true insurance? >> in the individual market, the insurance commissioner in kansas and virtually every place in the country does not have -- >> no, it's a yes or no question. were they true insurance plans when you were -- >> a lot of them are not true insurance plans, no. >> thank you. i yield back. >> gentleman from vermont. >> thank you. i'm going to try to summarize quickly what i've been hearing. number one, the website must be fixed. you've been very forthright and you're going to fix it. number two, i'm hearing a tone change. we've had a real battle about health care. we had a battle in this congress. it was passed. the president signed it. the supreme court affirmed it. a
, mayor bloomberg canceled the event because of the damage inflicted by hurricane sandy. that along with the boston marathon bombings in april made for a difficult year for the marathon community. and that's why tomorrow's run will be especially significant. a show of resiliency by those runners and by those who support them. for some, the decision to run 26.2 miles is about achieving a personal goal. but many also see it as a way to help others. according to the non-profit organization running usa, runners raised $1.2 billion for charity in 2011 alone. our two foot soldiers this week have found ways to continue doing good all the way to the finish line and beyond. joining me on set one of the co-founders of janji, a running apparel company that puts put 10% of revenue toward bringing food and clean water to imimportant risched nations and sarah hart man, and the founder and president of race 0 rebid, a charity team created in the aftermath of hurricane sandy. so nice to have you both at the table. i love your product. i have been enjoying the janji feel of the shirt. tell me, why w
's race is cancelled because of super storm sandy. this year security is tight. obviously because of the boston bombings. 43 specially trained police dogs will be part of the massive security detail and that's not all. in addition to the cameras in our lower midtown manhattan initiative. it established mobile units and video collection teams. >> and there are all sorts of other measures that they don't talk about spectators, meantime are being asked to gather at the finish line. not to bring backpacks and things like that. opening ceremonies, most runners including this guy who ran in boston say they are not worried. >> anything can happen anywhere. you but to come back this is special. they had to cancel last year because of the hurricane. this is really something. >> that reporter is a fantastic reporter. by the way. >> he looks like you. >> he is my brother. at least 48,000 runners are expected at the it marathon this year. it kicks off bright and early tomorrow morning. very, very exciting. >> last year super storm sandy, of course, we didn't get to celebrate halloween all sor
jersey were cleaning up from superstorm sandy and a record-breaking nor'easter dumped snow across several states. carol, the ingredients making this a strong storm this late in the season typical in the springtime is all the moisture coming from the south. you have the jet stream lining up around the ohio valley. what is going on? we're talking about heavy rain closer to the moisture source down in the south another three to five inches of rain is possible so flash flooding is in the forecast, lighter rain in the ohio valley. in that region gusts from 50 to 60 miles per hour, this system makes its way into the northeast tomorrow and even the threat of an isolated tornado is in the forecast so yes everyone wants to have fun tonight but they just have to remember sometimes they just need to stay aware and it may not be worth it. we'll have to take a look at the surroundings throughout the evening and judge for themselves. >> thank you, indra, we appreciate it. >>> boston strongest. after rallying the city in the wake of the marathon bombings, the boston red sox rallied to beat the st. louis
year ago superstorm sandy ripped across the city forcing the race to be canceled. some runners hit the road for more than just the thrill of the race. >> reporter: on the streets of baltimore, this woman spent months prep pairing for the new york city marathon. adding up the miles and pushing down the memories of last year. >> i had four feet of water in my house. >> reporter: last year the great race was swept away. the massive property loss and human suffering was too much. >> the best way to help new york city at this time is to say that we will not be conducting the 2012 ing new york city marathon. >> reporter: now its return is being herald has symbolic of the city itself. >> it's important this year because of what happened last year. >> reporter: back are the elite athletes. in 2009, this man became the first american to win new york in more than two decades. >> winning is not about first place. it's about getting the best out of yourself. >> reporter: back, too, are the millions raised for charity. even with the cancelation last year runners raised more than $40 million for
target up. >> sandy cutler was on the show and talked about the big turn in construction span in 2014 doing better. the stock was when it reported it was looking down the dollar, and then it zoomed up three. it is consolidating here. it's good. >> speaking of consolidating, you are going to stick rndarounn the next hour. what should people be thinking about when it comes to coal versus nat gas? >> not only the secular decline in this country. are they going to make these 40-year coal plants shutter when jimmy carter was president? he said, we can become energy independent. a lot of people had the right to laugh. he did make the big utilities build coal plants. >> do they refurbish, spend a lot of money? will the epa force a closing? >> that makes it so that to get out of coal isn't a bad move. >> as the price of enjergy come down, they need to prove they are going to lower their costs. joy is the big coal. they make the coal. they had no orders last quarter. this coal business, still doing well in china. obviously, the chinese wish to some degree that it weren't. they are opening a pl
cleaning up from superstorm sandy and the year before it was a record-breaking nor'easter that dumped snow across several stays. detroit, st. louis, nashville, memphis, i can good on and on, all the way down through new orleans and houston. we heard of 15 inches of rain possibly that has fallen, 3 to 5 in the forecast today. 1 to 2 across the area. the threat of the strong winds combine and even the threat for an isolated tornado still in the forecast tonight. just take a look at these winds. gusts as high as 43 miles per hour in buffalo, in through new york city. also seeing strong winds, especially as the system works its way east overnight. past trick or treating you see this spread in the northeast and mid-atlantic overnight. we mentioned the 53 million people in the severe weather threat we're talking from the plains to the northeast, all of us will be dealing with the storm tonight. >> dealing with something. >> yes. >> are you impressed that indra is able to do the weather with such serious demeanor while staring at a gorilla? >> yes. >> can we show this? >> this is happening today.
. sandy cost $19 billion. >> look at how they have gone down, the number of disasters and the price. >> there is a direct link being made here between those disasters and the need for action to preempt them in the future or stop them in the future. i don't think that that direct link exists. >> stuart varney is going to be talking about this and other important items of interest on this monday over on his program, kicks off exactly three hours and a minute from now. >> it does indeed. thanks en. >> coming up, one of the most talked about conspiracy theories in history. who killed john f. kennedy? >> it's the gospel according to britney. how the bible is getting a pop makeover and how i was able to read that even though my name was misspelled in the prompter. that is the bigger story. it was spelled brina. >> you answered to it. >> i guess so. i'm brina now. ♪ ♪ ♪[ male announcer ] a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, this can be difficult. prescription cele
is open again do visitors after being inundated by superstorm sandy. more than a million photos and other artifacts that document the arrival of millions of immigrants remain in storage. >> conrad murray is a free man as i speak. he was released from the los angeles county jail this morning after serving two years for causing michael jackson's death. the jury found dr. murray's negligence led to the singer's death from an overdose of propofol. murray's medical licenses were also suspended after his conviction, but he plans to file for reinstatement. he wants to practice medicine again. >>> and scientists are calling it the lost world in this remote mountain range in northern australia. pretty incredible discovery. take a look. three new species, sitting in isolation for million of years. a primitive looking gecko, a prehistoric reptile with huge eyes, and then there's this. you're looking at a frog with a behavior never seen before. this little guy, really, guys? somehow they know this about this frog, that he likes to make love in the rain. i'm going to take their word for it. finally, a
, to you first. this question comes to us from a woman named sandy who writes: what happens if there are not enough sign-ups to support the law? does it just become another taxpayer bill to pay? do you know? >> the risk is because people cannot sign up true the web sites or -- through the web sites or it takes a long time to do so, the only people who will sign up are the very sickest. if that happens, you're going to get a process known as adverse selection death spiral where because only the sickest signed up, the premiums will be sky high, no one will be able to afford them or the healthy people will stay away from these plans, and eventually insurers will leave the market, and people won't be able to buy health insurance at any price. that is a very real danger that we face under this law. jon: so, igor, then what happens? i mean, who steps in to pick up the tab? >> well, i don't want to go down the doom's day road just yet. certainly, young and healthy people are very, very important. you've got to make sure they're part of system, and if the web site functions by the e
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